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Those Darlins, Diarrhea Planet, Jawwzz
When: Wed., July 30, 8 p.m. 2014
When describing the Nashville, Tenn., band's 2009 self-titled debut album—with its popular single "Red Light Love"—those words are usually "alt-country" and "cowpunk." Those Darlins' second album, 2011's Screws Get Loose, often got pegged as "garage rock." And for their entire career, the female band members have been "sassy" "tough girls." Vocalist/guitarist and songwriter Jessi Zazu is sick of all the labels. "It's really frustrating when you know that you're not just this one little thing that people want you to be," Zazu says from her home. The trio's typical response to getting labels slapped onto their work, she says, is, "Fuck that, we're this now." But, she adds, being pigeonholed is "also kind of nice because you can always keep people guessing." More